Attached to the Doubletree Hotel, this is a nice little place to enjoy some refreshments or have a bite to eat. Came here at night with my crew for some food and beverages, and had a great experience. They have a decent beer list- nothing exceptional, but definitely something for everyone. Bud/Miller/Coors Lite kinda night? They've got you covered. Want something with a bit of personality, like a Dogfish Head 60 IPA? Done and DONE. They have a nice long martini list as well if you feel like raising a pinkie and getting fancy.
Their food is good. It's damned good, actually. I ordered the scallops appetizer and the seared tuna appetizer. Both were damned fine. Not amazing, but damned fine. The scallops were a little small and overcooked, and the sauce was too heavy for scallops, but I wasn't really *disappointed*, I just would have done things differently. The tuna was really nice, with a great crust of goma.
The next morning (while recovering from the beers I'd slaughtered the night before) I ordered myself a Ribeye in order to celebrate the Easter holiday. Now, this meal gets the restaurant an extra star by itself. It was FANTASTIC. I asked for medium rare, they gave me EXACTLY medium rare. Perfectly marbled and still on the bone, with flavor for days. The mashed potatoes were excellent- still just a LITTLE bit of skin on 'em, the way that I like it. And the vegetable medley was exactly that- it was a jubilee celebration of vitamins and minerals consisting of squash, carrots, onion, and several other veggies. Definitely NOT one of those limpid little affairs that you see at most places. This was a GREAT hangover meal, and honestly it just knocked me back on track to tackle the rest of my day.
When I'm in the area, I definitely look forward to eating here again!
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